Funeral of the Late C P Huntington



Y/M/D Description Place
1900/08/18 The services at the funeral of the late Collis P Huntington, at the Fifth avenue residence today, marked with simplicity, are conducted by Rev A Woodruff Halsey, of the Presbyterian Board of Missions, in the drawing room. Tiffany and Co Flagship Store, New York City
1900/08/18 Russell Sage, Senator T C Piatt, Henry Clews, John H Smith, president of the Virginia Manual Training school at Broadneck Farm and Horace See, chief engineer of the Newport News shipyard attend Huntington's funeral service.
1900/08/18 J Edward Simmone, President of the Fourth National bank, and Mrs Wm E Wilmording attend the funeral service for C P Huntington.
1900/08/18 Mourners include D A Chambers of Washington, Dr and Mrs Clinton Catherwood, Wm Hood, chief engineer of the Southern Pacific company, James Stillman, president of the National City bank and Wm H Baldwin Jr, president of the Long Island railway.
1900/08/18 Emil W Wiedenfeld, S P Kneeland, Wm E Dodge, G C Ward, E H Harrlman, Rev Dr Alexander McMillan, Maxwell Everet, John Searlea, W M Salamon of the B and O RR, Philip Thompson of Washington and E E Canda attend service for C P Huntington.
1900/08/18 Attendees include John T Van Sickle of the Morgan Steamship line, artist J Frank Lathrop, John Boyd of Washington, President Dimock of the Metropolitan Steamship line, President Allen of the Cromwell Steamship line and Geo Howes of the Union Pacific.
1900/08/18 Booker T Washington attends Huntington's funeral along with J R Frizzell, president of Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va, A F Walker, chairman of the board of directors of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, W W Durant and Gen Samuel T Thomas.
1900/08/18 D O Mills, Edward King, Frederick P Olcott, Edwin Hawley, Chas H Tweed, Martin Erdmann, R P Schwerln and C Adloph Low serve as pall bearers at the funeral for C P Huntington.
1900/08/18 A half a dozen carriages follow Huntington's hearse down Fifth avenue toward Grand Central station, thence to be taken to Woodlawn Cemetery.
1900/08/18 Piers 25, 37 and 38, North river, which are used by the Morgan line and the Southern Pacific company, were draped in memory of Mr Huntington.
1900/08/18 A special train, consisting of two cars with Huntington's immediate family and his most intimate friends, leaves Grand Central station a few minutes after noon in charge of Assistant Superintendent Van Tassel. Grand Central Terminal, New York City
1900/08/18 The burial is strictly private, only the immediate family and its most intimate friends of the late Mr Huntington are at his interment in the Huntington mausoleum in Woodlawn Cemetery. Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City

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